calcium oxide

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Synonyms for calcium oxide

a white crystalline oxide used in the production of calcium hydroxide

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T, Sato, T, "Synthesis and Microstructure of Calcia Doped Ceria as UV Filters." J.
Smith (17) also used boron as a sintering aid for calcia stabilized zirconia and he concluded that [B.sub.2][0.sub.3] is an effective sintering aid to form low-melting borate phases.
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The complex oxides consist of zinc oxide (ZnO), cupric oxide (GuO), iron oxide (FeO), tin oxide (Sn[O.sub.2]), silica (Si[O.sub.2]), calcia (GaO) and phosphates.
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The 'DF' Stone had reduced fluorine, potash, calcia, iron, alumina and increased silica.
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